JUST days before his shocking death, Moses J. Moseley posted a note of optimism towards 2022.
Actors of The Walking Dead sudden death, and an investigation into his death is currently underway.
On New Year’s Eve, Moses shared one of his last Instagram posts.
Along with a collage of some of his recent works, he share his hope when the new year dawns.
“I just want to say thank you to the Most High and everyone who helped make this the most successful year of my life,” he wrote.
“I know 2022 will be even better.
“Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous new year! May this year bring us all that we wish for and more!”
Moses, who played one of Michonne’s zombies on the hit AMC show, was found on Wednesday in the Hudson Bridge area of Stockbridge, Georgia, according to his family.
It’s unclear how the star’s body got there or if the foul was involved.
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A missing person’s report was filed Wednesday and they contacted OnStar to track him down, eventually discovering his body.
Many people shared their condolences and tributes to the actor on The Walking Dead’s Twitter post.
One person wrote: “Calm down, Mo. He is a sweet, generous soul and the light he brings into this world will be missed.”
Another said of the late TV star: “Raising his family up during this difficult time. What a devastating loss.”
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The Walking Dead shared the news of Moses’ death in a Twitter post on Monday.
A statement from the show said their thoughts and prayers were with his family.
Moses made his debut on the popular zombie show in 2012.
He was one of the zombies that followed Michonne, do Danai Gurira, around.
His manager, Tabatha Minchew, said of the late star: “Everybody who met him fell in love with him. What a flash in everyone’s eyes.”
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